McCutcheon v. FEC: Defendant's response to plaintiffs' motion for a preliminary injunction
Defendant's response to plaintiffs' motion for a preliminary injunction. The Defendants argue that Plaintiffs’ attempts to introduce doubt about whether the Supreme Court’s holding remains good law in light of subsequent developments must fail. Only the Supreme Court can overrule its own decisions. And, in any event, none of the developments on which plaintiffs rely casts any doubt on the continued constitutionality of the aggregate contribution limit.